Admission Requirements

Syllabus of the required knowledge

The Master of Science in Nanotechnology Engineering aims to promote the study of advanced scientific and professional training with specific skills in engineering sciences concerning simulation, concept and design of materials, dedicated production processes to the industrial nanotechnology sector.

For this reason, the access to the Master of Science in Nanotechnology Engineering requires acquired knowledge obtained from in many Degree Courses in Engineering, in all of the Degree Courses of Industrial Engineering, or in large part in the Degree Courses of Chemistry, Physics and Biotechnology.

In detail, basic knowledge in basic principles of general and inorganic chemistry, experimental physics, physics of matter, in algebra, geometry, mathematical analysis, probability, mathematical statistics and mathematical physics should be pre-existing.

Moreover, knowledge in some of the following fields are required, such as: physical chemistry, chemical fundamentals of technologies, applied physics, computer science, flight engineering, aerospace constructions and structures, fluid dynamics, aerospace propulsion, fluid machines, energy and environmental systems, physics industrial technique, environmental technical physics, mechanical and thermal measurements, mechanics applied to machines, mechanical design and construction of machines, metallurgy, science and technology of materials, principles of chemical engineering, chemical plants, theory of development of chemical processes, industrial chemistry and technology, electrical engineering, converters, electrical machines and drives, electrical systems for energy, industrial bioengineering, electronics, electromagnetic fields, telecommunications, automatic, electronic and informatic bioengineering, electrical and electronic measurements, construction science, numerical analysis and operating research.